Sir Prof. Victor Uwaifor’s Death Is Painful: Mr. Sidney Emoyon Oseghale Says As He Mourns Late Musician
The president and founder, Sidney Emoyon Oseghale Foundation, Mr Sidney Emoyon Oseghale has reacted to the death of veteran Nigerian musician, legendary Prof. Sir. Victor Uwaifor, and described it as a painful one.
Prof. Sir Victor Uwaifor aka Guitar boy died on August 28 after a brief illness and the news was received with widespread mourning across the country.
In a telephone conversation with Newsmen, Mr. Sidney Oseghale expressed his sadness at the demise of the popular singer and described him with many glowing words.
The young philanthropist and businessman also described Sir Victor Uwaifor’s death as painful and explained that he was a highly talented person who used his gifts to ‘advance the course of mankind’.
In his words:
“Sir Victor Uwaifor’s death is painful. He was a bundle of talents, who used his God-given gift to advance the course of mankind. His music, artistry and interest in Art, Culture and Tourism were all donated at every point for the development of humanity.” Sidney Oseghale urged people to take solace in God because Sir Uwaifor lived a good life even though his death badly affected many.
He also noted that the late musician had used his music to speak against bad governance, corruption and societal ills in the country. The young philanthropist then sympathised with the late singer’s wife, children and the rest of his family.
He said: “I sympathise with Sir Victor Uwaifor’s widow, children, siblings, family, fans and colleagues. I pray that God will grant the late Prof. Victor Uwaifor eternal rest and grant the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.”